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Fire code for apartments in California. Battery operated smoke detectors. Management has never checked them?

Fire code for apartments in California. Battery operated smoke detectors. Management has never checked them?

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While I wouldn't call the winters in Oregon brutal, you will need to prepare for the some adverse condition. Living in Portland, I can speak to the tail end of your trip. Your best option coming in will probably be coming in on I-84 from Idaho. You will encounter the Blue Mts. with high pass elevation of about 4200'. Likely chains and/or studded tires will be required to at least be carried to go over this pass in October (especially near the end of the month), though the pavement will be bare unless there was a recent snow event. Oregon does not use salt for de-icing the roads so ice/snow becomes an issue here much more quickly that what you are probably used to. Once through the Blue Mts. you will continue through the Columbia river gorge to PDX. It is unlikely you will encounter any other winter driving conditions that early in the year. If you friend is delayed in her move, and ends up trying to come in late November or December, the Gorge does ice up pretty badly and if really severe, can close the freeway. This is rare and closures rarely last more than a day. Also for a trip that long and a car that old, roadside insurance (like AAA) would be another important thing to have in place for the journey.
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